As you may be able to guess by the title, this is a German themed site, but it is also a great bet for United Kingdom based players too. The English version is all perfectly well translated and looks a million Euros and is perfectly compatible with the UK market, being fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and with the European Commission nowhere to be seen. The site features a luxuriously ornate, marble filled casino. OK, the smart young croupier with the bowler hat is a bit of an unnecessary cliché, but overall, it’s a good effort. Wunderbar!
As with all Progress Play powered sites, this title can be played on any kind of device. The spectacular real world casino theme looks great on the big screen, but it’s all perfectly optimised for the more compact screen of your mobile or tablet too.
There are hundreds of games to choose from. Around twenty of the finest software designers have provided games for this site, including big name companies like Microgaming, NextGen, Blueprint Gaming and the biggest of them all, NetEnt. This means that you get all the best games to play here, including mega titles like Bar Bar Black Sheep, Frog Grog, Robin Hood: Prince of Tweets, Rainbow Riches and Starburst. Tapping or clicking on the ‘I’ button for each game brings up a detailed biography of the game and the opportunity to try it out for free to see if you like it. There is a good range of progressive games too, with a nice choice of ten different jackpot games available at the time of our visit. The top prize was just under £9 million so life changing amounts most definitely are available for the occasional very lucky punter.
There are plenty of traditional casino games too. There are more than a couple of dozen different formats of Blackjack and Roulette, plus another twenty or so live games provided by the masters of the real life experience, Extreme Live Gaming. The whole casino range is completed by a small but perfectly formed collection of scratch cards.
Payment options number around a dozen different alternatives. Standard debit cards are of course accepted, along with several different e-payment choices such as Neteller, Skrill and German favourite Sofort. Pre-payment Paysafecard is also provided, while mobile players may find that the most convenient way to make payments is simply to Pay by Phone. Just by providing your phone number, deposits can be deducted via your monthly mobile bill, subject to a daily maximum limit of £30.
Various introductory and in-play bonuses plus some free slot spins can be awarded on this site. If you do decide to accept these, the wagering requirements here mean that you must spend the value of these at least 50 x before making a withdrawal. This is about average for the industry. The minimum withdrawal amount varies according to the method chosen, but will be £20 for most typical players. There are also maximum cash out limits of £3,000 per week and £6,000 per month. Progressive jackpot wins are exempt from these limits and are instead paid out at a maximum rate of £30,000 per month. The full details can be found in the T&Cs.
European imports may be a little unpopular with some, but this continental casino will surely be welcomed by many casino players. The range of games, variety of payment options and attractive design make this good looking site a good bet for mobile and deskbound players alike. Bitte schön!